Reno 911!: Season 2, Episode 14

Junior Gets Married (8 Sep. 2004)

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After dozens of complaints, The Reno department gets a disciplinary auditor who suspends the deputy's for two weeks. When they all come back after their suspension, Junior, Johnson and ... See full summary »

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After dozens of complaints, The Reno department gets a disciplinary auditor who suspends the deputy's for two weeks. When they all come back after their suspension, Junior, Johnson and Dangle go on a sex slave sting and Junior ends up getting married to an Asian woman who doesn't speak a word of English. Written by Anonymous

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Junior says that the department's new bullet proof vests will withstand a ".357 Magnum .50 caliber." This is an oxymoron, a .357 Magnum and a .50 caliber are two different rounds. It is either a .357 or a .50 caliber, not both. See more »

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